Massachusetts Court Rules for Condos, Against Banks in Superlien Battle

The underlying dispute began when the Brittons, owners of a unit in this Lexington, MA condominium community, withheld their monthly common area fees to protest fines levied on them for violations of parking rules with which they disagreed. The condo association filed three successive six-month liens to recover the delinquent payments that accumulated during the prolonged dispute and sued to enforce the liens.    Read the article………….


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